Learn how Occupational Health Committees (OHC) and Occupational Health and Safety Representatives (OHS representatives) bring employers and workers together to cooperate in identifying and resolving health and safety concerns.
Employers are required to set up and maintain an Occupational Health Committee (OHC) at workplaces with 10 or more workers. Information on the duties, how to select a committee, and training available to committee members.
Information on the requirements of Occupational Health Committee meeting minutes.
Information on what an OHS Representative is, their duties, and training available.